Hipp Organic Review & Giveaway

We all know that Archie is a bit of a chunky boy who loves his food, so when we was contacted to ask if we would like to try out some Hipp Organic baby food we couldn't say no! We was sent a whole stocking full of some hearty classics and also some new foods from the Hipp Organic range which have been perfect over the Christmas and winter period. One thing that I do love about Hipp is that all the food is organic and meet your babies nutritional needs, also they provide foods to help you along the weaning journey for every stage and the food also comes packaged in jars, pouches and as your baby gets older they even have trays so you can grab whatever is convenient for you. I always keep a pouch of food in my nappy bag in case we are unexpectedly out for longer or if Archie gets hungry, I prefer to use the jars at home as they are a bit heavy to carry around in a bag and they also stack nicely in Archie's food cupboard. 

We are doing both BLW and puree foods with Archie, but I have to say he hasn't been getting on well with the finger foods unlike his sister who loved it. He also seems a little more fussy so it really is hit and miss with feeding Archie at the moment. If we do feed him puree we do also let him feed himself so he does have a bit of control over his feeding. We was sent a good variety of foods in 4+ months and also 7+ months and found there to be food suitable from breakfast right through to dinner. We mainly blend what we are eating but sometimes it is convenient to have jars in the cupboard or pouches for when we are out and about, and at least with Hipp its all Organic.





He seemed to really like the 4+ month foods as the texture is smooth and as I mentioned before he definitely seems to be quite fussy with his foods and textures at the moment. They were easy for him to enjoy and the jar and pouch sizes were perfect for him and he would finish the lot. We was sent a few more I just stupidly waited until the last minute to photograph them in closer detail - why didn't I realise sooner that once he'd eaten them Id no longer have them!? (baby brain at its finest)



The 7+ months range was smooth with added little lumps to encourage chewing and to introduce more texture. Here he is enjoying the parsnip, potato & turkey casserole, as you can see from the bowl the size of the lumps are perfect to encourage the chewing motion and as you can also see Archie really enjoyed this one which I was so happy about. He did leave a bit but ate most of it, these jars and pouches are also bigger than the 4+ month range, so they also grow with your child and there appetite. 

HiPP Organic, the original baby food company, prides itself on creating wonderful organic baby food for every stage of your little one’s weaning journey. HiPP Organic is offering one lucky reader the chance to win a delicious hamper, containing a selection of HiPP’s new meals, plus some of their original family favourites. There’s heaps of goodness packed into these dainty dishes and HiPP Organic know the importance of eating a variety of tasty, wholesome food right from their very first mouthful.

Thanks to HiPP Organic, there is so much fun to be had at meal time with your weaning adventurer, so enter below for your chance to win!
For more information, please visit: www.hipp.co.uk/ 

48 comments :

  1. Olivia is 9 weeks, so she hasn't started eating yet, but when I do start to wean her at 4 months these will come in very handy as I used this brand with my 4 year old. Amazing giveaway x

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  2. this would be perfect for my litle one shes 5 and half months and i have not long started weaning her

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  3. shes still on milk but i can't believe she will be weaning soon, its gone so quick x

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  4. I breastfed for ever, or at least it felt like it. Then she loved fruit and yoghurt and not much else really. She grew well enough. Funny little creatures.

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  5. My son won't be starting the weaning process for a couple of months but I'm going to try him on sweet potato first. It was his older brothers favourite x

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  6. my little man loves cauliflower and broccoli

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  7. no solid foods at the moment but if anything like my other 2 will love the apple and pear puree

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  8. Mashed Banana

    Lynsey Buchanan

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  9. mashed banana, mashed strawberry or sucked to death quavers

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  10. My daughter loves yoghurt or avocado.

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  11. I'll be weaning soon, hoping she takes to veggies more than her brother!

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  12. Homemade broccoli and cauliflower cheese and yogurt for pudding

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  13. Homemade broccoli and cauliflower cheese and yogurt for pudding

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  14. My 8 month old loves sweet potato and broccoli

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  15. hip organic parsnips,sweet potato and broccoli

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  16. My daughter loves grapes (cut in half of course!)

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